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David77

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Hello everybody,

I am currently having some problems with my excel spreadsheet. In short, I have a list of materials in my "Order form" sheet 1 and I have all the hard data in a hidden sheet called "Products" (sheet 2).

Currently, I have just set the fields in my "Order form" sheet = the relevant fields in my "Products" sheet. However, this makes my data look like this:

Snip 1.PNG



The data is taken from:

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The problem for me is (please see first photo) that it completely copies the cells, meaning that I get a lot of blank green cells. I would like to have it so my order form is an all white background and once I enter information into my cells in the "Products" sheet they will automatically get inserted into the "Products" sheet (with their green cell outliers and everything, but only if they contain data).

Is this possible? I would greatly appreciate any help I can get! Please let me know if you want more information, details, snips/screenshots or cell ranges etc.

Thank you :)

Best regards,
David

UPDATE:

Please see these photos for a closeup of my data (data has been updated a bit, but still same rows and stuff):

1) from "Order form" and A40-D40 and below in cell values (please ignore column E, that one is manually updated):

Snip 3.PNG


2) from "Products" and C1-F1 and below in cell values:

Snip 4.PNG
 

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